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that was made by a relatively unknown movie producer. demonstrators firing their guns in iraq setting at least two police cars on fire near the u.s. embassy. it comes a day after four american soldiers were killed on an american base in afghanistan by insurgents who were dressed as american military members. kabul, karachi, pakistan the two main hot spots this morning. more from pakistan just ahead. first to anna coren live in cable for us. what's happening? >> soledad, there were protests on the street, as you say, not far from the u.s. embassy here in kabul. about 300 protesters attacked police and 15 officers were injured, including the commander. they burnt two police cars, along with a bunch of tires, and we approached the scene. however there were reports that guns were being fired and that they were attacking westerners. we had to keep at bay. certainly that violence that we've seen across the muslim world has finally spread to afghanistan. the government has really tried to keep a lid on it by banning youtube so that people couldn't view that inflammatory video. but as we saw today, th
soldiers of freedom as much as anybody in afghanistan and iraq. we should all recognize that. i also think we should back up a half step and realize, this is not just about libya. you don't get simultaneously attacks in benghazi and cairo, and libya and egypt on a purely local basis. and you don't get them on 9/11. a day when we're already honoring terrorist attacks in the united states, without a fair amount of collusion and a fair amount of planning. so i think you have to look at this in a larger context. it doesn't matter if the average libyan likes us or dislikes us. there's a substantial faction, particularly in benghazi, which was sending people to iraq to kill americans. there's a substantial faction in egypt which wants to defeat the united states and destroy israel. that faction looks for opportunities to do things to hurt the united states, and yesterday was an example of an attack that's part of a very long war. we're going to be at, i think, for a very, very long time. and we need to have an honest national conversation about how serious this war is. >> mr. speaker, you connec
. >> well, let's see what i've done since i came into office. i said i'd end the war in iraq. i did. i said that we'd go after al qaeda. they've been decimated. that we'd go after bin laden. he's gone. so i've executed on my foreign policy and it's one that the american people largely agree with. so, up know if governor romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so. >> so that's obviously steve croft and not scott pelley. you hear a lot on the democratic side, they tick off those exact same things and say, foreign policywise, and the polls support him, the american people think we're doing okay. >> he said osama bin laden is dead. and al qaeda is on the run. al qaeda is not on the run. what we've seen is al qaeda targeted and assassinated our ambassador in libya. that's -- that's the case. and then he called that a bump in the road. these are four dead american bodies who are in the road. so i think he's absolutely wrong there. when he talks about pulling out of iraq, what we now know is that his military advisers said leave people in iraq. 15,000. he wasn't able t
of a group that has produced several al qaeda linked militants who have fought u.s. forces in iraq and afghanistan over the past ten years. >>> new developments, and major worries, about iraq's fragile government this morning after the country's fugitive vice president was sentenced to death. vice president tariq al hashemi, iraq's top sunni politician, who fled the country months ago, was sentenced to hang for killing two people. he was also accused of running a death squad. al hashemi says the charges were politically motivated. >>> a president pumping pizza parlor owner is the talk of the campaign trail this morning. the owner of big apple pizza in melbourne, florida, got a little closer to the president than most voters will ever get. and probably a little closer than the secret service enjoyed. look at this. >> good to see you. >> look at that. look at that. >> i'm so excited. >> the owner is scott von deucer, stands 6'3", weighs 260 pounds and is able to bench 350 pounds, which is basically more than two of the president. >> by the way a registered republican who voted for ob
qaeda through the drone program. he has shown balance in bringing our troops back from iraq -- >> sure, but -- >> he's sending a message. he's sending a message with the ships, destroyers that are in the north mediterranean sea, with the marines going in to our embassy. you know, in northern africa. he's sending a message by talking to all the presidents in the region, about what american values are, condemning the film. but also saying we will not tolerate attacks on our embassy, our consulates, and we want to see them doing the right thing and protecting this and we want to see peaceful action here, rather than what we've seen the last couple days. i think you see a very strong and decisive and steady president, and, brooke, yesterday we got good news on the fe you've also seen the president talk about nation building here at home, in america, and trying to make sure we're getting jobs, and growth, and investing in the people here at home. >> but mr. ambassador the fact is the state department, the defense department, had to do a little cleanup after the president's statement. they d
well-known in these circles. >> he had that accident in iraq and was seriously injured. i kept getting e-mails from people saying are you all right? >> he is all right, by the way. >> he has really record and somebody who's taken the experience of iraq and set up this foundation with his wife and helping wounded warriors. >> one day we'll have him on the show but today we have your new book. how did you get access? you are renowned for your notetaking an in-depth interviews and the scope of the people you talk to? >> i had the luxury of 18 months to work on this book and get the notes and the memos, interviewed the president for an hour and a half a couple of months ago for this, stepping through exactly what happened. to a certain extent, it's a legal wiretap into the white house, so you can see exactly what happened. the evolution of this and in a sense, the bottom line is it's hard on obama and the democrats and it's hard on the republicans also. there is a war going on in each party. it's not been resolved. the people who get the short straw are those of us who live in this country
the president make the tough calls in the situation room. and today our troops in iraq have finally come home so america can do some nation building here at home. that was a change we believed in. that was a change we fought for. that was a change president obama delivered. >> you did that three or four more times in that speech where you talked about the jobs are back and banks are lending again and taxpayers aren't footing the ball, wall street has been bailed out. >> thanks for that beautiful rendition and summary -- i don't know why i used all six minutes i could have done zblsh. >> see, 35 seconds. >> i could have talked about my childhood for the last five minutes. >> hope and change -- >> thank god for that universal health care coverage with mental health benefits. >> back on track, hope and change. >> we're on track. doing fine here. >> on my track, this is a dictatorship here at this table. the hope and change has been a lot of the theme. how vulnerable do you think the president is? >> let me roll back a little and i'll answer that. my goal last night was to give people i thought i ha
, gang rapes in syria. iraq is unraveling because of our residual force in afghanistan. they all know we're leaving and karzai becomes more and more erratic in his behavior. this latest showdown between the president and the prime minister of israel is all -- much more troubling to me than whether mitt romney said the right thing or the wrong thing. >> senator, i'm sorry, would you advise him -- >> one thing i don't do, because i'm the loser -- >> senator mccain! >> is advise people. you don't want a loser to advise -- >> you are a winner for coming on the show with us this morning. it was very nice to see you. >> could i just say, this conversation needs to continue, not only about this incident but the entire middle east. and could i just say again, i believe the libyan people are grateful to america and i believe that we need to continue to be involved in that very difficult situation. thaven thanks for having me on. >> thank you, senator mccain. i think a lot of people would agree with you. we'll keep that conversation going. we do have to take a quick break. john berman and myself w
withdrew our troops from iraq and be rejoined with families and made the decision to kill osama bin laden and did it. and he rescued the auto industry from devastation and depression. >> been described as a safe speech, do you agree with that? >> it reminded the american people that he made them safer. >> that's not what he said when they say safe. >> a choice, do we want to continue to build on progress or go back to the policies that got us into the mess to begin with. >> a speech that was navigating direction versus being one of the as spirational, over the top. president obama has given some amazing speeches. >> was it the greatest speech in human history, no, but the american people want to know what you've done and where you're bringing us. >> the national journal wrote this about this speech. it was a great speech yet it fell short. obama still has work to do with the vision thing. convincing voters that he has a credible practical plan to turn the nation around is a process not a speech. >> look, i don't think the american people are looking for a speech. they are looking to know
carter. 30, 40, demonstrations against america. >> and pulling out of iraq and afghanistan? >> that might be the problem. >> the problem is -- >> no, no. the prident killed bin laden, great, wonderful. applauded for him. nobody applauded more than they. tried to do a hollywood movie. gave out classified material. i give him credit for getting bin laden. i think he believed, now i got al qaeda, now on to asia. i think he underestimated the islamic extremist terrorist danger in the meefrt aiddle eas they're being so careful about the demonstration in libya was spontaneous. the u.n. ambassador saying that. that's an idiotic remark. that was not a spontaneous demonstrations. i know terrorists's they don't show up with propelled hand grenades and mortars at spontaneous demonstrations. >> libya has people and militias armed to the t. >> they show up when they have a purpose in mind. by the way, just happened to be september 11th. you think maybe something would go off in susan rice's head that it was september 11th that this happened? why did they put it out? because he didn't want his narrativ
-martial. he served five combat tours in iraq and afghanistan and he was deputy commander of the army's 82nd airborne division in afghanistan before being removed in may. >>> president obama's sexual hits an unexpected snag when air force one is forced to abort a landing. the plane was flying the president to a campaign event in ohio, it tried to land, but had to change plans, pull up, circle around, and try again. reporters on board say the jet hit bad turbulence and weather on approach to toledo express airport. news crews on the ground were initially a bit confused about what was going on. moments after this flyover, you could hear someone on the ground say, "that was interesting." air force one landed safely on the second try. >>> president obama will campaign in the critical battleground state of virginia today, where the latest polls give him a slight lead over mitt romney. the president's team is releasing a new two-minute advertisement this morning, which will be airing in virginia and five other toss-up states. >> if i could sit down with you in your living room or around the kitche
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